Ashok Leyland has obtained an order for 1,400 intermediate vehicles from logistics begin-up, Procure Box, which is able to use the autos for gas distribution enterprise throughout 750 districts, within the nation.
The order encompasses Ashok Leyland’s Ecomet vehicles and will probably be executed within the subsequent 5-6 months
Ashok Leyland has introduced that it has obtained an order for 1,400 Intermediate Commercial Vehicles (ICVs) from the logistics begin-up firm, Procure Box. The consignment, which is able to embody the corporate standard Ashok Leyland Ecomet sequence, will probably be delivered to Procure Box over the following 5-6 months. The firm says that the autos will probably be used for gas distribution enterprise throughout 750 districts, within the nation. Procure Box says that with the addition of the 1400 new Ashok Leyland ICVs, it’ll turn out to be the highest gas bowsing and Gas cylinder logistics firm within the business.
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Anuj Kathuria, Chief Operating Officer, Ashok Leyland, mentioned, “Over the last few years, Ashok Leyland has made significant efforts to increase its market share in the ICV segment and our efforts have given rich dividends. With this order, our order book for ICVs has enhanced significantly and is a testament to the reliability, durability and robustness of our vehicles. We have once again demonstrated in BS-VI era, that our customers have utmost faith in the brand to deliver vehicles of superior performance with our iGen6 technology, along with reliability, driver comfort and best in class features.”
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Commenting on the event, Raman Kandhari, Founder and Chief Executive Officer Procure Box, mentioned, “At Procure Box, it’s very important to us to demonstrate our commitment to our customer with the action of on-time delivery, which is why we have tied up with the best product in the industry from Ashok Leyland. This order is a testimony of our commitment to offer the best services and thus create value for our customers.”
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Ashok Leyland’s Ecomet sequence features a vary of fashions with GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) starting from 10-tonne to 16-tonne autos. The autos are powered by a 4-cylinder frequent rail diesel engine that makes 148 bhp and 450 Nm of peak torque, which come mated to a 6-velocity handbook gearbox with overdrive. The include a gas tank capability of 185-litre and a 17-feet deck space.